Work-Study provides funds for jobs for eligible students to help them pay for their education.
Federal and State Work-Study Programs
The federal and state work-study programs provide students with part-time employment both on-campus and off-campus (off-campus work-study jobs are limited to community service employment). Students can request to be considered for work-study by answering ‘yes’ to the “Interested in Work-Study” question on the FAFSA. Eligibility is determined using the information reported in the FAFSA. For more information visit our Work-Study Programs FAQ. Take this page and put the questions in an accordion below?
The Job Locator and Developer (JLD) assists MSU Billings students in obtaining part-time employment in the community. Area businesses list job opportunities with the Job Locator. The Job Locator Service is free to all MSU Billings students and is not based on financial need. Students who are interested in obtaining employment should refer to the CareerLink for available job listings.